Saturday, March 09, 2013

How to make Multigrain Atta at home ? Homemade Chapathi Flour:

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Chapati / Indian  bread or Roti  is a dish which is made in almost every part of India…!!
To make this healthy chapatti, we use to purchase store-bought  Multi-grain Atta flour.  Recently, I tried to prepare the multigrain Atta flour at home.  
Well, fresh flour is …fresh...!
It’s amazing the difference in taste, you’ll notice when you eat chapati / roti/ phulkas and other goodies made from flour that has been freshly ground.   
There is no need to worry, if the store bought flour is a little on the old side and is likely to be with lot of maida and other things mixed in it. 
Here’s the proportion we used to prepare  homemade  Multi Grain  Atta,  which is totally adulteration free & healthy on a whole..:)
Check out  here  to make  soft  &  fluffy  chapathi  with easy step by step photo tutorial..!
·      Whole Wheat / Godhumai       - 2 kg
·      Chana Dal                              - 100 g
·      Maize / Solam                        - 100 g
·      Bhajra / Kambu                      - 50 g
·      Barley                                    - 50 g
·      Ragi                                      - 50 g
·      Soya Bean                             - 50 g
·      Oats                                      - 100 g
1.   Roast the multigrains each of them separately ( except whole wheat ) .
2.   Allow to cool and mix all the roasted ingredients and whole wheat  together.
3.   Then grind it to fine smooth pwd. ( I used a Grain Mill to grind fresh flour )
4.   Allow the fresh atta to cool down completely.
5.   Sieve it twice.
6.   Discard the coarse retained mixture .
7.   Store it in airtight container
8.   Yummy & healthy  Multi  Grain  Atta  is ready to prepare sooper soft chapatis & phulkas.
9.   And the  Chapatis  come real yummm too..:)
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·         Roomali Roti

·         Chapathi Veg Roll

·         TandooriRoti

·         Methi Roti

·         Gobi Paratha

·         Spicy Peas Paratha


  1. Even i love to make myself my multigrain atta at home,so that i can mix and match the grain,as i wish..You have prepared them beautifully Jay;

  2. Beautiful, You did very nicely.

  3. Nothing can beat home made attack. Never tried it I think it is such a great idea may be once I go to India will do this

  4. Wow, interesting and healthy combo, atta looks so fresh and nice.

  5. wow wonderful and a very useful post jay!

  6. Jay, this is so nicely done by you. loved it. Have never tried making this at home. I am sure it is delicious and you must have enjoyed quite a good number of chapatis with it.

  7. very healthy mix. super nutritious.

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  8. very informative post..thanks for sharing it.

  9. Very nice post. Well explained and very helpful.

  10. Gorgeous presentation, dear...looks so tempting!

  11. Hi Jay,

    Thats really very nice way of making a healthy atta mix at home .

  12. very informative post and lovely home made atta .Thanks so much Jay for sharing.

  13. What a lovely selection of grains.

  14. Wow, making your own flour. That's pretty adventurous and I'll bet it tastes so much better than store-bought, Jay.

  15. wow looks great and love all the whole grains your blog rocks

  16. wow, this is a definite bookmark! I bet it would even taste nice for bread loaves!

  17. A very healthy combo! I would love to try this homemade atta someday :)

  18. ശ്രീ കമല്‍, സംവിധാനം ചെയ്തു ശ്രീ പ്രിത്വിരാജ് അഭിനയിച്ച സെല്ലുലോയിദ് എന്നാ ചിത്രത്തിന്റെ പ്രദര്‍ശനം ഈ ആഴ്ച അമേരിക്കയില്‍......
    വിശദ വിവരങ്ങള്‍ എന്റെ ബ്ലോഗില്‍ ഉണ്ട്............

  19. Hi, This article is really helpful. I do have one doubt, can you please tell me why do you suggest to roast the grains first? Is it okay if I use them to make the flour without roasting?

    1. Hy Butterfly,
      Roasting the grains gives wonderful aroma to the flour while grinding and enhances d taste while preparing chapati. I suggest to go with roasting method.

  20. I think in spite of adding maize we should add black chana . For diabetic and for calories conscious person this combination is ideal. I love your idea about roasting. ... thanks dear

  21. I think in spite of adding maize we should add black chana . For diabetic and for calories conscious person this combination is ideal. I love your idea about roasting. ... thanks dear

  22. It is going to help me a lot . Thanks

  23. It will be very useful, have to roast oats and ragi before grind? Please clarify

    1. yes, oats and ragi has to be roasted in low flame too for few minutes.


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